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Scio Community Church is a church of the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

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From the Pastor’s Desk

Thinking Theologically about Race Relations – Part 4

Last week I continued sharing some applications that Kevin DeYoung of The Gospel Coalition recently wrote about “Thinking Theologically about Race Relations: The Image of God.” Today, he shares with us his 6th application. 1. The image of God speaks to the inherent worth and dignity of every human being.  2. If the image of God…

Thinking Theologically about Race Relations (Part 3)

Last week I continued sharing some applications that Kevin DeYoung of The Gospel Coalition recently wrote about “Thinking Theologically about Race Relations: The Image of God.” Today, he shares with us his 4th and 5th applications. 1. The image of God speaks to the inherent worth and dignity of every human being.  2. If the image of…

Thinking Theologically About Race Relations (Part 1)

Recently, Kevin DeYoung of The Gospel Coalition, wrote a blog entitled “Thinking Theologically about Race Relations: The Image of God.”  I would like to share his thoughts with you in segments over the next number of weeks to help us think through our response as to how we should be thinking about this enormous issue in…

Tempted by the Cookie

But each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire and enticed. James 1:14             The story is told of a mother who had just replenished the cookie jar.  When she left the house, she instructed her young son not to at any cookies.  After she returned, she asked the boy if he had obeyed,…